Gray Wilson is a business litigation lawyer who has experience prosecuting and defending a wide variety of business disputes in state court, federal court, and private arbitration. Gray joined Manning Fulton in 2020 after several years practicing with a large regional law firm based in Raleigh.
Gray’s practice focuses on helping his clients resolve business disputes effectively and efficiently while protecting their key business interests. Gray has experience working with clients in a range of industries, including real estate, construction, pharmaceutical, retail, energy, healthcare, and transportation. He has handled cases involving breach of contract, unfair and deceptive trade practices, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, intellectual-property infringement, and other business-related claims. He has also represented employers in cases involving allegations of wrongful termination, discrimination, trade secret, and noncompete issues.
Gray received his law degree from Duke University and his undergraduate degree from UNC-Chapel Hill. After graduating from law school, Gray completed clerkships with judges on the federal trial and appellate courts for North Carolina, and draws on that experience frequently in developing and executing litigation strategies for his clients.
A North Carolina native, Gray lives in Durham with his wife and their two young children.